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Preschool Classroom Helper Chart with Photos for Jobs I love that they use the child's picture instead of their name at first!.

Not sure I like the look of this, but the job ideas are good! I like for every student to have a job...makes things easier!!

Multiple class lists printed in advance for use as needed...who turned in field trip money, etc. Man do I need something like this!!

daily 5 bins... and check out her schedule...she does a phonics mini-lesson, groups, comprehension (read-aloud) mini-lesson, groups...only 2 sets of groups per day...seems like it would fit into my schedule better...

Ladybug's Teacher Files: Storing Those Plastic Bags

Storing Those Plastic Bags

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I made a quilt that will hang on the wall of my classroom to display student work. I used gallon ziplock bags and duct tape, and the ziplocks open from the back of the quilt so students' work can easily slide in and out. I love the animal print duct tape which goes perfect in my jungle themed classroom. Cool, huh? :)

A magnetic version of the "Where Are We" board. I heart the ribbon :) Jodi from The Clutter-Free Classroom www.CFClassroom.com

I need this!!! Start the countdown to Spring Break! Download this {FREE} poster and put it in an 8x10 frame. Use a dry erase marker to count down the days! Perfect for morning meeting, teacher's desk, front office, or at home! :)

Free printable "To Do" list

To do list in a frame - so smart... use dry erase marker....

Fabulous in First: Just call me Miss Ellaneous

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Home Depot will cut your composition books in half - easier to store, more bang for your buck and so cute

No more interruptions from children needing books taped up! Create your own Book Hospital: A place for students to place all damaged books.


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